We have an application where we page 1 has a submit button. As soon as this button is pressed, button would be disabled and new resulting page would be displayed. Now what is observed here is, when the user clicks the back button, page 1 is displayed back, but sometimes the submit button is still disabled.
I was asked to work on fixing this, and I also need to consider several test cases for testing this function.
So what I did for this is, on
elements onload() event, I called a function which would enable the button, if disabled by anymeans. But on clicking back button, I found that onload() event of <body> element is not called. Why is this happening? Should there be any other event to be considered for handling this.
Another usecase, which I need to consider here is restricting invalid user agents. We have some logic internally to decide if the browser is a valid one or not. For testing this, I created my own user agent using UserAgent switcher plugin and invoked the app and it worked fine.
But, say I start with a valid user agent, click submit (at this point, button is disabled) and I navigate to some other screen and at this point, I change to invalid user agent and click back button, I should still get my submit button enabled back.